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Lunch-n-Learn with Visiting Investor, Kim Vender Moffat: Perspectives on Private Equity

Kim Vender Moffat has spent the majority of the past two decades in private equity. Most recently, she was a partner at Sterling Partners, a small-middle market firm based in Chicago. At Sterling, Kim invested and managed healthcare and education services companies and was a member of the Firm’s investment committee. She served on the boards of several portfolio companies including: KeyPath Education, School of Rock, Surgical Solutions and Platinum Dermatology. During part of her time at Sterling, she led Investor Relations, quarterbacking fundraises in excess of $1B, as well as oversaw the Business Development and Firm Strategy functions.

She graduated with an AB from Harvard College and received a JD from Northwestern School of Law and an MBA from Kellogg School of Management. Kim worked at McKinsey & Co. as a management consultant after graduate school prior to returning to Sterling. She is on several civic boards, including A Better Chicago and The Chicago Botanic Garden. She and her family live in Chicago.

This event is open to current Booth students only. Lunch will be provided and the session will start promptly at 12:00pm so please arrive early to grab food and find your seat.

How to Register: Register online to reserve your spot. Space is limited and registration is required.
Questions? Contact Cerise Miller at

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